Easter is right around the corner, so its time to start prepping your Toddler Easter Basket or Baby Easter Basket! I immediately want to tell you about these amazing Monogrammed Jellycat Bunnies from PeekAWhoo – They are offering 20% off through next Monday with promo code MARQUIS20 – be sure to grab yours with the promo code before it expires (plus order cut off for Easter delivery is March 31st!) DON’T MISS IT!!! Now, here are a few other Toddler Easter Basket Ideas:
In Brooke’s first Easter basket, my parents got her a swimsuit to kick off Spring. I loved the idea of including a swim suit or simple Spring outfit in her Easter basket. This year, I am putting a onesie in Baby Kev’s basket.
While Brooke isn’t getting clothing this year in her Easter basket, she is getting a new bracelet! We got her one for Christmas and she loved it, so we decided to get her some more colors. This is a great item because you can hide it in an egg or put it out in the basket.
Brooke is also getting a pair of shoes in her basket this year. I am loving sweet n swag moxfords right now and just ordered Brooke a few pairs. This is a great gift if your little girl is a shoe lover. Brooke is obsessed with getting all of her shoes and trying to put them on herself.
Hold tight boy moms, I promise this isn’t all girl stuff! Brooke really needed a new white bow, so I decided to put it in her basket. This was more of a “mom” gift idea, but it works!
Think small light up balls, stickers, bubbles, toy trucks, and princess wands. These can be elaborate or as simple as the dollar bin at Target. Brooke went crazy over this light up ball in the dollar spot the other day and it would be perfect for a basket. Bubbles are also fun to entertain Toddlers outside. For a baby, you could do a teething toy or rattle.
Candy or Snacks
Obviously, you should include candy/snacks in the basket. We are going to let Brooke find a few “eggs” this year with treats inside as well. Last year she was still a little too young, so this year should be interesting. We will probably include some goldfish for her or other cracker type snack and maybe some chocolate. We still try to not let her have too many sweets. For a baby, you could do gerber snacks or yogurts if they are eating real food!
And.. of course, the Monogram Jellycat Bunny I was telling you about at first. Brooke loves all of her Jellycat stuffed animals so I know she is going to be pumped about her bunny. I love how his is smaller than hers, they are just so cute together! I decided on a cursive monogram for Brooke and Letter monogram for Kevin. You can use their new monogram maker on the PeekAWhoo site to see what your child’s name will look like all spelled out. This is a great feature!
Plus don’t forget to use promo code MARQUIS20 for 20% through Monday, March 27th!! & head to my Instagram to enter to WIN a monogram bunny (giveaway starts 3/20 at 7pm CST)! We will be announcing the winner on the 23rd so you still have a chance to use the promo code if you don’t win!